What does the tail of the dragonfly do?

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The tail of a dragonfly (called the abdomen) contains many of a dragonflies organs, including its reproductive organs and much of its digestive system. It also acts as a cooling system. The insect pumps blood through the abdomen. The long, narrow shape ensure that the blood stays close to the surface, allsoing they air to carry away excess heat.
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Can a dragonfly live without its tail?

obviously not. it contains most of its digestive tract and organs. remember when i was younger i used to take them by the wings and rip off their tails...it'll fly for nearly

Does dragonfly have tail?

Sort of. The "tail" of a dragonfly is no analogous to the tail of a vertebrate. Rather than being an extension of the spine (which a dragonfly does not have), this"tail" is ac

Can a dragonfly survive without its tail?

No, as the tail holds all its internal organs. The head holds onlythe brain, eyes and mouthparts, the thorax pretty much only musclesto power the legs and wings, and the abdom